Eagles appoint ex-Tiger as Head Coach for 2019
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- On October 1, 2018
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The Mansfield Football Netball Club are proud to announce that ex-AFL Player Andrew Browne has been appointed as the new Senior Football Coach for season 2019.
Browne who played 12 games for Richmond between 2009-2012 is happy to be back at the club where his football journey began. He represented Vic Country in the 2008 AFL U18 Championships also playing in the TAC Murray Bushrangers Premiership team that year.
“We’re looking forward to playing a solid, exciting brand of footy in 2019 and want to make sure we capitalise on the strong foundation the 2018 season has provided. I’m excited to be back and can’t wait to get into the season” said the new coach.
After the end of his AFL Career, Andrew Browne spent the next six seasons playing for Essendon District Football League powerhouse, Keilor FC. At Keilor, Browne spent most of his time under what many consider to be one of the suburban AFL Coaches in Collingwood legend Mick McGuane and being part of the 2016 Keilor Premiership Team.
We’re sure Andrew’s AFL and suburban footy experience will help the Mighty Eagles take that next step in 2019…
1st October 2018